The Linhay, Bolham Water
Located in Hemyock
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 2
- Pet Friendly: 3
The Linhay, Bolham Water is set to a marvellous backdrop of English countryside in one of the finest landscapes in Britain known as the Blackdown Hills, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Offering all the modern comforts of home. A fabulous cottage, welcoming and furnished to a high standard with everything you would need for a memorable holiday. This delightful cottage has a well equipped kitchen/diner which leads through to a comfortable and inviting lounge with a wood burner and unlimited logs and fuel to make for a cosy retreat in the country.
'Optional extra, put up on demand only' a Lay-Z Spa Vegashot tub can be provided at the extra cost of £35 for short breaks and £55 for a week stay, two week stay £70. This must be booked and paid in advance. Please note that this is not suitable for children under 8 years of age.
Linhay enjoys a stunning 'tucked away' location in the heart of the Blackdown Hills. Idyllic, unspoilt and enjoying tremendous privacy and seclusion with an enclosed garden and field extending to 6 acres. The area is perfect for dog lovers and the property allows the freedom to roam in the owners field immediatley adjacent. The location offers miles of footpaths and bridleways and has a feel of adventure and exploration with the addition of two pubs easily reached by foot. For the keen hiker and dog lover there is Wellington Monument and Beacon to be reached, a very enjoyable 6 mile round trip. In addition there is a small castle and amenities at Hemyock village and the owner is delighted to supply local eggs from her small holding nearby and happy to let any guests' children visit the sheep, wallabies, ducks and pigs. There are centuries of history to discover from Iron Age hillforts to World War Two sites and famous Landmarks in between. If peace and quiet, along with stunning landscapes and a little star gazing is the holiday you desire, the Linhay will deliver a great experience.
Hemyock is the largest village on the Blackdown Hills near the towns of Honiton and Wellington. Surrounded by hills and trees and offering a variety of country walks, the village is an area of outstanding beauty and near National trust property. The village has a pub- The Catherine Wheel serving traditional home-cooked food, a cafe which also serves fish and chips, a post office and the local supermarket. The village also has a petrol station. This is a destination perfect for those wanting a rural retreat but close to larger towns. We have a great collection of Hemyock self-catering cottages from which you can enjoy the area.